In CCS5, where can I find the image processing library functions for C64x+ ?
Any image processing sample project where I can learn about how the library functions are being used ?
For example, I want to know how to read in an image file , process the image and output the processed image for viewing.
I intend to familiarize with the library functions with C64x+ simulator before I work on the DM3730 and DM8168 board.
Hi Mr. Tan,
Have a look at some of these resources where libraries, examples, tools are posted and described:
Thanks for your info links but they are not what I am looking for.
I need code examples and library function API which I can run on C64x+ DSP core.
In TI Resource explorer in CCS5,when I select the "Examples" icon, it only shows code examples and libraries for MSP430 devices.
Where are the code examples and libraries for C64x+ DSP core ?
I want to run DSP code examples on C64x+ DSP core.
Where can I find the code examples and libraries for C64x+ DSP core ?
Why there is no DSP code example as CCS5 is a development tool for DSP products ?
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